This petition was submitted by Cilmeri Community Council, having collected 205 signatures.
Due to the National importance of our Prince Llywelyn Monument we, the Community of Cilmeri call, on the National Assembly for Wales to urge the Welsh Government to:
• Install locational signage boards, incorporating a brown signage battlefield icon, to denote the historical significance of our village, on the A483 at both main road entrances to the village;
• Work in partnership with Powys County Council, Cilmeri Community Council and CADW to help maintain the famous monument, so that visitors can enjoy our national historical amenity in a safe and befitting environment;
• Help identify resources to implement, in a phased manner, the Lloyd Brown Interpretation Plan (January 2013), commissioned by CADW.
The interpretation plan highlights the fact that Llywelyn was the last native Welsh Prince to fall in battle, marking the effective end of the powerful dynasty of Gwynedd, which played an important role in forging a sense of Welsh nationhood and identity.
This petition was considered completed by the Petitions Committee at its meeting on 09/05/2017.
The Committee considered correspondence on the petition and agreed to write to the petitioners to share Powys County Council’s offer of asset transfer for the monument; and in doing so close the petition.
Full details of the consideration of this petitions by the committee and related documents can be seen on the Meetings tab above.
It was first considered by the Petitions Committee on 23/09/2014.
Business type: Petition
Reason considered: Assembly Business;
Status: For consideration
First published: 17/09/2014
Decision due: Meeting Date by Petitions Committee